It's easy to get used to the sights around here, but I realize how different they are than back home. So here are some pictures to give you an idea.
|A typical street|
|A neighborhood park|
|The local mosque|
|The sidewalks here are much more interesting.|
|Yep, just a medieval stone gate there|
|Bab Rouah and a main road leading into town|
|Heading towards the center of town|
|Arabic, French, and Tamazight|
|A normal street sign in Arabic and French|
|Another functional street sign, though not quite official. |
It's the Arabic in the middle (زنقة آم الربيع).
Whether or not you choose to call it graffiti, there is always something interesting written on the wall.
|"No parking." This one is painted ominously all over, and usually disregarded.|
|No littering. Or else...|
|No urinating here. Thank you.|
|The national motto: God, Country, King.|
|Things look different in Salé. This is what much of the countryside is like as well.|
|The new tram system is very useful for getting from Agdal to |
the Centre-Ville, the medina, and Salé.